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HashMap and HashSet are often used in computer languages and programming. The HashMap uses a hash code to map out the elements included in the interface. HashSet includes a hash table. The main difference is how the data is ordered, whether it is in a table like it is in the HashSet or on a map like it is in the HashMap.

HashMap is used more commonly and often than the HashSet. HashSet stores the information in the hash table. When concerning the null values, HashSet only permits the one null value. Even though the HashMap only permits the one null key, it permits as many null values as you want. HashMap can have duplicate values, but HashSet can’t.

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Google maps use some very meticulous mapping strategies to make sure their maps are as detailed as possible. Google is aware that their maps are widely used in the United States. Google maps are a major source of revenue for Google so they invest a lot of money in technology to get the most accurate maps possible.

Apple on the other hand, is not as concerned with their map technologies because most of their revenue is generated from other sources.

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This answer to this question really depends on what kind of maps you are interested in. In my opinion, some of the most interesting and amazing maps are old maps that use primitive technology to create impressive depictions of cities and towns.

If you compare old maps of cities to some of the newer maps, you can see how streets have changed over time. You can even see how some old carriage roads have been transformed into major avenues.

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The map scale will show letter A. It has the ability to show the actual distance and the distance that can be seen in a map. The concept to this may be simple but it should be remembered that measuring the actual distance is a bit complicated mainly because the Earth is a bit curved. In order to find the map scale, you can usually find this on the outer area of the map. If you still find this a bit hard to find, look for the legend of the map or the map’s key.

This will state different information that will make your map easier to understand. It is recommended that kids will already be taught how to read even the basics of the map. This is one skill that they can still use in the long run.

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The five essential elements of a map are a compass, legend, the title, an inset map, and a scale. These are important because these five things help explain the information on the map.

Elements of a map are the term used to describe the various bits of information provided on a map, generally in the margins, which helps establish how much space will be equal to a set distance and is often seen at the bottom of the map. Keys are also commonly seen on maps. This feature includes all symbols and lines as well as their meaning.

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There are several ways to fake your location in Googe maps. One way is to change the name of the location of the server you are using on either your computer or mobile device. You could also use someone else's location on Google maps by having them send you their location information.

You could also use less technical strategies, such as taking a screen shot of the Google map while you are in one location and then moving to another location.

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The earth is divided into four halves; northern southern eastern and western hemispheres

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The Red Sea joins the Gulf of Aden at the Bab al-Mandab strait. The Strait of Hormuz joins the Persian Gulf to the Gulf of Oman.

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A topographic map is a map which incorporates a huge collection of information and may be divided into three major groups: relief features which are depicted in brown contour lines, water features which are depicted in blue color and cultural features which are depicted in black color.

Out of all the given choices, the four main features of a topographic map are boundaries which are marked by black or red broken lines and can either be national, state, territorial or country boundary, physical features such as trails, railways, airports, runnels, bridges, river, swamp, marsh, vineyard, recreational activities and terrain, settlements which may include roads, cities and buildings and communication which is essential to carry out information needed by its readers.

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This question does not make any sense at ALL, so why? Tell me why turkey?

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